Power-up your trading with the leader in audio market commentary, with live coverage of global markets, breaking business news, geopolitics, and economic data.

News powers the markets, and having the right information at the right time can make the difference between mediocre and exceptional trade results. LiveSquawk puts the live back into your news updates with audio commentary and updates across a wide range of markets.

The LiveSquawk audio commentaries come with a powerful filtering system so you can drill down to the detailed reports you want to follow when you want to follow them.


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The audio news service from LiveSquawk gives you timely and highly relevant commentaries on the major headlines from the financial markets along with updates on global economic events moving the markets.


Never miss another market update with the LiveSquawk NewsFeeds. All the data is aggregated from the most trusted sources worldwide with easy access and links to all the data points, commentaries, and underlying speeches making the news.


LiveSquawk aggregates breaking financial news from the largest and most well-respected sources around the web.

Focus on the news moving the markets you trade with TradersLive and LiveSquawk!

The LiveSquawk team comprises experienced journalists who monitor all the major international news outlets for the headlines with the most potential to create market-moving events. Coming to you live 24 hours a day from Europe and Asia, LiveSquawk commentary covers Forex and G7 data releases, Geopolitical events, Crypto.

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